The 2020 edition of Network, the annual magazine for alumni and supporters of the University of Westminster, is now available.
This year’s edition leads with an interview with Nigerian media mogul and alumna Mo Abudu who discusses how her desire to tell African stories and give voices to the misrepresented has driven her incredible career in the media and HR industries.
Spotlight is cast on the amazing achievements of our diverse alumni community, including the illustrator and founder of Jimbobart, James Ward, whose love of drawing animals has led him to grow a successful business in illustrated ceramics and homewares. Readers can meet positive social change campaigner and intersex activist Anick Soni who is creating waves in educating society about what means to be intersex, and shares his ambitious plans to combat the ignorance around people born with intersex variations. The Alumni team also speaks to some of our Fashion alumnae about the effects that ‘fast fashion’ is having on the climate, and the steps which they are taking to ensure their brands are sustainable.
A combination of print and e-versions of the magazine has now been shared globally with around 90,000 Westminster alumni and supporters. An e-copy of Network magazine 2020 is available to read on Issuu.com.
The University of Westminster has over 180,000 alumni from 180 countries worldwide and Network magazine is just one of the many benefits made available to Westminster graduates. From discounts on further study, to professional development and networking opportunities (such as through our exclusive online platform, WestminsterConnect), the University provides an array of exclusive benefits to support our alumni after graduation and encourage them to keep in touch.
To find out more about alumni publications or benefits, or to get in touch with the Alumni Team, email [email protected].